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Match Group (MTCH)
The pandemic provided a bump in online dating and sent MTCH stock price soaring, reaching its ATH of around $169 in October 2021. Since the share price has lost nearly 75% of its value, the global, fundamental need to meet people isn’t going anywhere. Match benefits from inelastic demand, compared to other consumer discretionary names, which the company intends to continue capturing with its technologies, including Tinder, OkCupid, and Hinge providing a solid and resilient subscription-based business. MTCH has a consensus Buy rating. A $60.23 price target implies a 38% upside.